Whether this is your first or tenth financial year as a business owner, the legislation and claimables are always changing. We’ve
compiled a series of resources, downloadable spreadsheets, key dates and handy tips and tricks to support you, all in one super easy,
super practical place.
Sometimes you just need what you need when you need it. And when it comes to tax time, chances are you have no time to waste looking. So
we've gathered up the important pieces and pulled them together in three neat little collections. Just for you.
For those that want to see everything all at once, this is your collection of tax, Xero and EOFY resources.
New legislation before Parliament, if enacted, will make zero or low emission vehicles FBT-free. We explore who can access the concession and how.
Effective at 30th of June 2023, our sample PCG 2021/4 report uses Dr. Nicole Smart as our example.
The ATO guidance (PCG 2021/4) totally changes the way that professional firm profits can be allocated (or split) among a family group from 1 July 2022 onwards.
When an accountant talks about Tax Planning what do they actually mean? As part of our tax advisory service we always offer strategic tax advisory, but it's important to note there are a lot of things that accountants cannot implement after June 30.
To maximise your deductions and ensure that your tax return is complete, please review the following items and advise your Accountant if any apply to you.
Understand what expenses you can claim as a property investor.
Everyone wants to pay less tax, right? To do that you need to know what you can claim… and what you can’t.
Why should you lodge an FBT return where no FBT is payable? Well, for the simple reason that it turns on a three-year deadline for the ATO to commence audit activities. This is a NEW ATO rule as a result of massive deficits due to COVID. The ATO need to gain more funds somehow...FBT liability is one of the methods.